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Old April 7, 2013, 01:56 PM   #3
Pond, James Pond
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Are you finnish or Estonian I forgot?
But I live in Estonia

how are the gun laws across the Baltic?
OK, by most standards, I guess.

I can buy what I want, under .50 cal (rifles: DE .50 are OK) just no hollow points, no fully autos, no night-vision scopes, and funnily, no tazers...

But semi autos are fine, high-cap (ie standard cap) mags are fine, silencers and lasers are fine (if you are a sports shooter).

I can also carry concealed. The buying/selling side is pretty tightly controlled, but aside from that... not so bad in the grand scheme of things!!

On another point, I hate to admit this, but I don't know much about Segas apart from the fact my parents wouldn't buy me one... where's the connection?
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